It’s been over 18 months since the last Akito the Exiled. I gather most people who actually showed up to the first one, even if they were all excited and enjoyed it, are struggling to remember what the hell happened there. That’s the problem with these long-running OVA series. On the one hand if the […]
Tag Archives: Code Geass fanboy incoming
December was a crazy month. Between 12 days, secret santa reviews, and the final year in review, there’s been barely time to watch the anime before even getting the chance to write about it. I’ve got a Code Geass and Ghost in the Shell OVA sitting on my laptop as I write this. Come to […]
Monthly Roundups are back, bitches! I retired the monthly roundups in June last year because I was unhappy with the format. The short paragraphs meant I was essentially just listing the currently airing anime in order of how much I liked them, which doesn’t provide much in the way of meaningful writing. But I still […]
This was the thinking pose the various members of The Cart Driver had to adopt while considering their nominations. 2012 was a fairly unremarkable year for anime. Nothing really shook the industry, unless you count terrible light novel adaptations with ridiculous titles as ‘shaking the industry’. It wasn’t a particularly bad year either, which would […]
Perhaps I may or may not possibly at some point have implied that I could maybe might like Code Geass. I still don’t know what could have given it away. It’s not like I named the entire blog after it or anything. It’s hugely charismatic and massively entertaining with a strong focus on a handful […]
K Project is to Durarara what Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust is to Hellsing. First impression over, clearly I don’t need to explain myself any further! …ok maybe a little explaining.
The issue with talking about Nunnally in Wonderland is it’s tough to recommend without spoiling the best jokes, but also difficult for people to get over their scepticism and check it out. Nunnally in Wonderland is really nothing more than a glorified picture drama, albeit one that mocks its own existence as a picture drama […]